Level 3 Diploma Children and Young People's Workforce (Early Learning and Childcare) Candidate Handbook
- Publication Date
- June 2010
Get to grips with the new Level 3 Diploma
Brand new resources for Level 3 provide complete coverage of the new Children's Workforce qualifications so you can be sure that you and your learners are fully supported to make a difference to the lives of the children in your care.
Includes full explanation of the requirements and terminology of the new Level 3 qualification, so learners and tutors can feel confident that they are fully supported.
Written by Penny Tassoni and a team of expert childcare tutors and trainers, so you can be sure that content is reliable , relevant and of the highest quality .
Contains a CD-ROM which includes bonus content of short video clips to bring selected topics to life.
New ‘Working Life’ feature pages help learners relate knowledge to their own settings.
Shared Core Units
Promote equality, diversity and inclusion
Engage in personal development
Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children and young people's settings
Children and Young People’s Core Units
Understand child and young person development
Promote child and young person development
Understand how to safeguard the wellbeing of children and young people
Support children and young people’s health and safety
Develop positive relationships with children, young people and others involved in their care
Working together for the benefit of children and young people
Understand how to support positive outcomes for children and young people
Early Years Mandatory Pathway Units
Context and principles for early years provision
Promote learning and development in the early years
Promote children's welfare in the early years
Professional practice in work with children in their early years
Support children’s speech, language and communication
Work with babies and young children to promote their development and learning
Care for the physical and nutritional needs of babies and young children
Promote young children's physical development and movement skills
Set up a home-based childcare service
Support disabled children and those with specific requirements (additional needs)
Promote creativity and creative learning in young children
Karen Cooke, Lecturer
16 August 2012